Adler is another player in the German ‘super-keeper’ mould and could prove a shrewd piece of recruitment for Franco Baldini.
Having represented Germany at all age levels, Adler is incredibly talented, and was long thought of as Germany’s future No. 1 until a series of injuries halted his progress.
Now 29, Adler has got his career back on track with Hamburg, and has been in impressive form in the Bundesliga for the past two seasons. However, the German club currently find themselves in the relegation places, and if they go down, will be forced to sell their prizes assets. With Adler likely available for a cut-price in the summer, the German represents the kind of deal that Levy likes.